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Loose Tea with Lady's Mantle

Lady's mantle is a herb that also grows wild everywhere in Germany. It is not so much known for culinary delicacies, but mainly for the positive properties that the herb can have on the physical well-being of women. Already in the early Middle Ages, lady's mantle was used by Hildegard von Bingen for all kinds of women's complaints. But men can also benefit from fresh lady's mantle tea. We have lady's mantle as an ingredient in our popular organic herbal joy tea. Why not give it a try?

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Lady's Mantle Health Benefits

In traditional herbal medicine, lady's mantle is of course mainly used for female complaints such as pelvic inflammation, menstrual problems, white flow or premenstrual mood swings. Here, freshly brewed lady's mantle tea can provide relief.

Furthermore, the tea is often recommended before, during and after pregnancy. Those who wish to have a child can benefit from the fact that lady's mantle has a positive effect on the menstrual cycle and builds up and cares for the uterine lining. If fertilisation has been successful, lady's mantle tea can reduce the risk of miscarriage by strengthening the uterus with the active ingredients. After the first three months of pregnancy, however, you should take a break. In the last month of pregnancy, the tea can now help with the actual birth, as the herb can promote labour. After birth, lady's mantle strengthens the pelvis and helps with milk production.

Lady's Mantle Tea – Also good for men

Men also benefit from the active ingredients of the herb. Lady's mantle contains tannins, which can be helpful for gastrointestinal problems. In general, lady's mantle relaxes body and mind, so that you can switch off even when stressed.

However, we strongly recommend that you consult a medical professional before using lady's mantle tea in acute cases. Cheers.